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Now That is Creepy
« on: March 31, 2019, 11:54:54 PM »
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Was just watching Paul Begley live stream and he kept saying 144.000 Jews will get the seal of God on their forehead. Not sure where in the Bible he read that part.

He answered a live chat question so I asked one. I asked:

Does the synagogue of satan exist and if so who does the Bible say it is? He never answered, so I asked again but asked the "live" chat. Again no answer, not one.

Next, I typed to the "live" chat. IF you are not a BOT press 1.

No one typed 1. Something is wrong with this. Tried the same IF you are not a BOT press 1 on a different account. Still, nothing.

So, ask the question I asked. Does the synagogue of satan exist and if so who does the Bible say it is?

Analysis
Revelation says that the redeemed bear a seal on their foreheads. The seal consists of the names of God and the Lamb and shows that the redeemed belong to God (Revelation 14:1). The seal is presumably not a visible one but a way of indicating that people find their identity in relationship to God and Christ. This seal or relationship does not mean that people are exempt from all earthly suffering, but it does show that God has claimed them and gives them the promise of life everlasting. John hears that those who are sealed number 144,000 from the twelve tribes of Israel (7:4), but when he turns to look at them he discovers that they are actually a countless multitude from every tribe and nation (7:9). The 144,000 are not a special ethnic group. The imagery describes the whole people of God. The seal that they bear is the opposite of the mark of the beast, which is introduced in Revelation 13:11-18.

It clearly says: John hears that those who are sealed number 144,000 from the twelve tribes of Israel (7:4), but when he turns to look at them he discovers that they are actually a countless multitude from every tribe and nation (7:9). The 144,000 are not a special ethnic group.

Jesus came to save all people!
  • Isaiah 54:17 No weapon formed against you shall prosper, And every tongue which rises against you in judgment You shall condemn.
 

 


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